Mansfield Plumbing will invest $9 million and create 150 new jobs to its operations in Perryville, Ohio.
Plumbingwill invest $9 million and create 150 new jobs to its operations in Perryville, Ohio.
The key piece of Mansfield’s investment will be a new football field long kiln
and more equipment, according toSteve
Johnson, the company’s treasurer and risk manager.
The new jobs will pay between $11.84 to $18 per hour, with an
average of $16.26 per hour. Currently, Mansfield
has around 455 works at its Perryville headquarters. The company also has
manufacturing plants in Big Prairie, Ohio and Henderson, Texas.
On Monday, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority gave its approval for an
eight-year, 60% for Mansfield
for its creation of $5.2 million of additional annual payroll. Part of the tax
credit says that Mansfield
must stay in operation in Perryville for at least 11 years, according to the
state’s Department of Development.
G. Taggartis pleased that his company will be able to lead the
way in American manufacturing for the foreseeable future.
“This incentive by the state enables the Mansfield Plumbing
organization to continue its commitment to manufacturing jobs in Ashland County
and the State of Ohio,”
Taggart said. “The grant helps position the company to serve a recovering U.S. housing market and an increasing desire by
American consumers for ‘Made in USA’
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